i'm thinking about buying a 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe with 68,214 miles for about 11,985 talked down from [12,985] is that a good deal????? help! or is it over priced for the miles???

Asked by Aug 17, 2014 at 11:15 PM about the 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe SE

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2007 hyundai santa fe 68,214 miles one owner in clean condition but not excellent asking price is 12,985 what should i pay for it with it having a few small scratch on it

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Paid $15,995 for 08 AWD 3.3l Sante Fe 3 years ago. Had 98,000 km , moonroof, leather, heated seats and no body issues. Seems a little steep for 07.

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From the things I've seen on my shop that happen to Hyundais I would not recommend buying any used one but it is your choice, if your dead set on this then spend a few bucks and find a sh that does a used car check. It will be money well spent.

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My biggest complaint has nothing to do with the vehicle. I love the car I purchased, a 2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited however, it turns out that Hyundai USA is downright incompetent. Be warned, that if you are considering purchasing a Hyundai try giving their customer service line a call to get a feel for what your in for. Oh, and absolutely positively make sure you get an owners manual!!! Just trust me, when you drive off the lot you are on your own.

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